Public Access TV show "Weirdness Really Bad Movie" hosts public domain movies and ads clean comedy sketches enjoyable for the whole family. Today's film is "TORMENTED" FROM 1960 ( 1 reviews ) Topics: mystery, ghost, ghosts, murder, classic TV, noir, film noir, weirdness
Victor Von Psychotron hosts "The Screaming Skull" from 1958. Weird-O-Rama is a horror host show from northern Indiana that features B-films, interviews with local folks, and other oddities. Part One of the first weird-cast features the first 25 minutes of "The Screaming Skull" and a vingtage Superman cartoon. Topics: horror, horror host, screaming skull, superman, b-movie, cult film
Gamera vs. Guiron (ガメラ対大悪獣ギロン, Gamera tai Daiakaijū Giron) aka Attack of the Monsters is a 1969 Japanese film in public domain (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attack_of_the_Monsters). This video file was downloaded from: http://scificlassics.blogspot.com/2007/02/attack-of-monsters-aka-gamera-vs-giant.html What appears to be a higher quality version of this movie has been uploaded in mpeg2 here For additional information about public domain films and where to download them,... ( 2 reviews ) Topic: Gamera Japanese film monster
Abel Ferrara began filming Driller Killer in 1977 and finished the film in 1978, but it was not released until 1979. Then in 1982 the UK distributors of the film, Vipco, took out some full-page advertisements in a number of movie magazines. The advertisements showed the video's violently explicit cover, complaints began flooding into the Advertising Standards Agency, and by 1984 'Video Nasties' were banned in the UK. You can find out more about Driller Killer at A Passion For Horror. Topics: Driller Killer, Abel Ferrara, video nasty, horror, movie, film
In the times since great wars laid waste to the planet Prias, its people have learned to embrace a simple life, away from the perils of technology and war. As the mighty Sith army spreads across the galaxy, subjugating every planet in its path, all the people of Prias can do is wait, their planet protected by an energy shield held in place by ancient towers. While the people wait in fear, one Jedi trained by Master Oram Bren will be chosen to be the future leader of Prias, a title decided by a... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: star wars, fanfilm, fan film, film, star, wars, drama, jedi
This is the AIP-TV version of "Warning from Space" with the Titan soundtrack and greatly improved color and detail, plus no annoying frameline as seen in other public domain versions. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaWarning from SpaceJapanese film posterDirected byKoji ShimaProduced byMasaichi NagataWritten byHideo Oguni (screenplay)Gentaro Nakajima (novel)Jay Cipes (English dialogue)Edward Palmer (English dialogue)StarringKeizo KawasakiToyomi KaritaBin YagasawaShozo... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Warning from Space, Japanese Science Fiction, Sci-Fi, Daiei Film, Koji Shima, American International
Plan 9 from Outer Space is a science fiction/horror film about aliens ressurecting the dead bodies of earth people and using the resulting zombies to further their plans for world domination. The film's main claim to fame is probably the fact that it is believed by many to be the worst film ever made.You can find out more about Plan 9 from Outer Space at A Passion For Horror ( 7 reviews ) Topics: plan 9 from outer space, plan 9, zombie movie, zombie film, film about aliens, worst film, worst...
During a drag race, Mary Henry and her two friends are forced off of a bridge. Their car sinks into the depths of a river. Mary emerges unharmed from the river, the sole survivor of the crash. She begins a new life as a church organist. Mary suddenly finds herself haunted by a ghostly figure that seems to stalk her. This horror / thriller film is part of the Feature Film Archives and has been reformatted to work with the Video iPod. ( 4 reviews ) Topic: public domain film, horror, Video iPod
Orlacs HÃ¤nde (English language title: "The Hands of Orlac"; French title: "Les Mains d'Orlac") is an Austrian silent film of 1924. This late Expressionist work, produced by Robert Wiene, has been remade twice. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: orlac, silent, film, wiene
Dementia is a black and white film from 1955. It is a silent film and there is not a single line of dialogue in the entire film, nor are there any storyboards to tell the viewer what is going on. The film was later re-released under the title Daughter of Horror and had the dubious benefit of an added narration. You can find out more about Dementia/Daughter of Horror at A Passion For Horror. ( 7 reviews ) Topics: dementia, daughter of horror, horror, 1955, silent film
NOTE: THIS FILM IS SEPARATED INTO 7 FILES. Virus (復活の日, Fukkatsu no hi) is an 1980 film directed by Kinji Fukasaku. The film is in public domain, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virus_%281980_film%29. Most of the film is in English but for the Japanese scenes, subtitles are present on subtitle 'Track1' (VLC), not burned in, note: you have to turn subtitles on, they are not defaulted. All files were ripped directly and not reformatted, '.vob' extensions merely changed to '.mpg',... ( 9 reviews ) Topics: virus, kinji fukasaku, japanese, japanese film, japanese movie, sonny chiba
A Silent film based upon the Broadway play by Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopwood, this Silent Gem was directed by Roland West in 1926, later being Remade as the Bat Whispers in 1930 (by Roland West) and again in 1958 in the Bat starring Vincent Price, also available at the Archive. Oh, and when I say silent, I mean silent - this was transferred from a 16mm print and was probably meant to be played with live musical accompaniment. SYNOPSIS: The Bat, a masked criminal, terrorises a mansion... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: The Bat, 1926, Silent Film, Horror, Mystery, Batman, Batsignal Roland West, Robber, Masked,...
In the Middle East, a bomb is set off that creates massive earthquakes. Meanwhile in South Korea, a young couple is about to get married and the tension builds when South Korea sends a space shuttle to investigate the bomb site. The earthquake makes its way to South Korea, caused by a giant monster named Yongary (inspired by a mythical creature in Korean lore). Yongary attacks Seoul and makes his way to the oil refineries where he consumes the oil. A child related to the aforementioned couple... ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Third Eye Cinema, monster, Kaiju, cult film, 1960's, Sci-Fi /Horror
A Finnish culthit that became internationaly known through it's open CC-license. From IMDB: The future looks bleak for Captain Pirk. Originally from the far future, he traveled back to save the world, but was shipwrecked on the 21st century. The world of the past is a dangerous place and he is finding it difficult to convince the ladies he is, in fact, an intergalactic space hero from the future. To make things right Pirk comes up with a questionable plan to save mankind's future... ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Finland, Scandinavia, Cult, Comedy, Parody, Sci-Fi, Science Fiction, Independent Film
Walter is a busboy overly impressed with the cool cats that hang out at The Yellow Door coffee house,and he wonders how tocome "hip" ( 9 reviews ) Topics: cult film, Roger Corman, Beatniks, Third Eye Cinema
The Ghoul is a 1933 British Horror film starring Boris Karloff, Cedric Hardwicke, Ernest Thesiger and Ralph Richardson, whose debut film this was. The plot centres around a Professor (Karloff) who is to be buried with an Egyptian jewel in order to attain eternal life. When the jewel is stolen by his servant, the professor rises from the dead to reclaim it. The film, based on the play and novel by Dr. Frank King and Leonard J. Hines, was once considered to be a lost film since the original... ( 12 reviews ) Topics: Horror, Egypt, Mummy, Boris Karloff, Cedric Hardwicke, Ralph Richardson, Lost Film